'Angle of Incidence'
A new zine, to be published in S P A C E's winter collection. 'Angle of Incidence' is a zine that you can download, print and fold to make a physical book right where you are. We're going to be launching this on 15 December. In the meantime you can order here and we'll send you S P A C E | Battambang, 'Here Comes the Dance.' That short creative nonfiction work is about the Age of Anxiety. It was co-created at Atelier S P A C E | Battambang over P'chum Ben 2017, on the spot, with people DK discovered in situ, on the road. Offline, without distraction.
Order today, and we'll send that to you immediately. And on 15 December, we'll send you 'Angle of Incidence,' too.
Curating S P A C E
S P A C E is curated and edited by DK's Dipika Kohli, a former staff editor for a Seattle daily and an Irish fortnightly. Reporting is about finding out what you don't know before you showed up, so discovering what we'll make together will be a matter of going into the field, seeing what's there, and writing the story together.
Dipika Kohli's most recent publications include Breakfast in Cambodia (Kismuth 2016), which ran originally as columns for the Seattle Northwest Asian Weekly (a former client of Design Kompany's, for a total brand overhaul and redesign in the mid-2000s) and Saathee Magazine, in Charlotte, NC. She's also published zines with Atelier S P A C E groups in Finland and Malaysia. Her articles, photographs, and illustrations have appeared in: Irish Examiner, Southern Star, J@pan Inc., Raleigh News & Observer, AbroadView, and others. All of her work is either: first-person essay, creative nonfiction, or memoir. She's won grants for photography from the Japan Foundation (1995-6) and for writing residencies from Preetlarhi Magazine (2014) in Amritsar. Her book, Kanishka, ran in that magazine as a serial.